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In the first in a developing series examining The Nature Conservancy’s history in Delaware, we tell the story of a delicate pink flower which laid the foundation for an enduring presence in the First State. Read on and join us in reflecting upon our Delaware roots.
While he didn’t know it at the time, playing and exploring next door to an arboretum and a state park prepared Sebastien Laye for an eventual job fundraising for nature. He began as the Conservancy’s Delaware Director of Philanthropy last month.
With Earth Day around the corner, we're compiling events evoking the spirit of the season. Learn more about river clean-ups that are already underway and make sure to check back regularly to learn more as we get closer to April 22nd.
As summer comes to a close, we’re reflecting on one of the highlights – welcoming our first group of LEAF interns to learn about and work on conservation projects around Delaware. We can’t wait for next year!
Watch a slideshow and see what volunteers witnessed at Big Stone Beach while measuring the abundance and health of horseshoe crabs, which have visited our shores since prehistoric times.
Meet the frogs heard singing their ode to spring at Delaware's Ponders Tract Trail System this time of year.
The 2013 Dogfish Dash raised $51,600 for The Nature Conservancy's work in Delaware.
Check out a video about the annual shorebird migration that occurs each May and June in conjunction with horseshoe crab spawning. It's a natural phenomenon that shouldn't be missed!
Volunteers count crabs during May and June every year.